Hitatare was a style of dress which consisted of a top shirt and a bottom set of pants, both of which were wide and flowing, tied with elaborate bows around a samurai's body. The two halves of the hitatare were joined by an obi, and the the top half of a hitatare was tied closed by a large series of bows on the chest. Yoroi hitatare was a cut-down version of the standard garment meant to be worn under armor. After the reign of Hantei XVI, the hitatare began falling out of favor as kimono became more standardized. [1]


  1. Book of Earth, p. 161

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